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Jan 26, 2013 8:00am EST
of why i enjoyed it. i loved steve pat, i remember him knocking christian back. >> cathartic. >> it was cathartic. when i could no longer watch tom brady under threat of violence, whether he got hit or not, when i could no longer take enjoyment from that? why was i trying to manage that? >> this gets to the final point. there's this amazing disjuncture that the league is more and more successful in terms of the dollars it produces, amount of people that watch it, tv deals they strike, the amount of people that play it and this growing threat to that success in the growing body of knowledge about what it has done to players who have done, what it's doing to players now, the laults mounting and the publicity and the question is, when do those two lines intersect? >> i think the way the league sees it, maybe they'll lose these concussion lawsuits and pay out $1 billion, $2 billion, and keep going. change, reform the best they can, institute the programs the best they k but at the basis, the violence and brutality of the game is what makes it popular. not just that we thrill but it make
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